Brain Damage May Be a Cause of Chronic Anxiety in Long COVID Patients, Study Finds
Inflammation in the brain and nerve cell damage are associated with symptoms of anxiety in long COVID-19 patients, a study finds.
Causes and Prevention of Seizures
Seizures are episodes characterized by involuntary movements, changes in consciousness, or both. They are more likely to occur when a person has a seizure disorder, which is often called epilepsy.
An Overview of Doose Syndrome
Doose syndrome is a rare seizure disorder that begins during early childhood. This condition is also called myoclonic astatic epilepsy and myoclonic atonic epilepsy.
What’s Causing Your Temple Headache?
Temple headaches can be the result of both primary headache disorders or secondary headache disorders, occurring because of another health condition.
What You Should Know About Cerebrovascular Disease
Cerebrovascular disease is a disease of the blood vessels in the brain, especially the arteries, and it is one of the leading stroke risk factors.